You Lived Like A Tenant
London, United States
Lethia Natorium introduces pop and retro styles to deliver an important message surrounding global warming and the destruction of our planet. - AIMEE STOKES
It is credited to the clever lyricism of Lethia Nationism that there is an effective message portrayed on how there needs to be more urgency surrounding how we live our lives, and the need to change our lifestyles to cater for a more eco–friendly way of life.
The musical choices acted as a pleasing contradiction to the lyricism. There was an effective delivery of a feel–good and uplifting atmosphere which was achieved through a bright and colourful incorporation of synth. The slip into the nice guitar solo in the bridge section really elevated the atmosphere, effectively articulating a funky melody line and giving it a retro feel.
The vocals I particularly liked, it is interesting how they are delivered distinctively yet in a quieter volume, as though the vocalist was employed to signify a distant voice giving advice to the listener. It is left to interpretation whether the vocalist sang from a godly perspective, or from the future of humanity, questioning how people could have missed such vital signs of a dying planet.
I thoroughly enjoyed Lethia Natorium’s new track and look forward to their new release!